Ama Dablam Expedition

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US $6800


32 Days

Difficulty Level

Challenging and Technical

Maximum Altitude

6,812 M



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Ends At


If you’re looking for a challenging yet rewarding climbing experience, the Ama Dablam Expedition might be just what you’re looking for. This incredible peak stands at an impressive 6812 meters and offers climbers a unique, sharp-pointed, and soaring shape that’s sure to make any climber’s heart race. Our itinerary is designed to maximize your chances of scaling the peak safely, while also providing stunning panoramic views of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and other Himalayan peaks.
That being said, it’s important to note that the climb is technically demanding and requires excellent rock and ice climbing skills. As you make your way up the standard South West ridge route to the summit, you’ll face a variety of challenges on both ice and rock scrambling. But don’t worry – we’ll be there to support you every step of the way. Our team is dedicated to ensuring your safety and success, and we take every precaution to minimize risks such as avalanches.
At the end of the day, the Ama Dablam Expedition isn’t just a climb – it’s a journey of self-discovery and personal growth. We’d be honored to be a part of your adventure and help you achieve your dreams.
This expedition offers the opportunity to participate in the world’s most technical climbing expedition with full support and ascend to the summit of Amadablam Peak. The previous exceptional success rate of 100% on Mt. Everest is a testament to the quality of this expedition. The expedition follows a 1 climber to 1 Sherpa support system. Joining the top 10 climbing operators in Nepal (4th in 2019) instills confidence in the quality of service provided. Climbers and guides will have access to supplementary oxygen, and expedition climbing training will be provided at the base camp. The fixed departure group joining dates, every autumn, make planning convenient. All meals, including tea and coffee, are included in the package. The tented camp base camp is environment-friendly and powered by solar power. The hassle-free all-inclusive adventure includes expedition permits.


  • The world’s most technical climbing expedition
  • Full support expedition to the summit of Amadablam Peak
  • Earlier exceptional summit success rate 100% on mt. Everest.
  • 1 Climber:1 Sherpa – expedition support
  • Travel with the Top 10 climbing operators in Nepal (4th in 2019)
  • Supplementary Oxygen for climbers and guides
  • Expedition climbing training at base camp
  • Fixed departure group joining dates every Autumn All full board meals with tea and coffee on a trip
  • Environment-friendly tented camp base camp with Solar power
  • Hassle-free all-inclusive adventure, including the expedition permits
Ama Dablam Expedition

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Ama Dablam Expedition

Outline Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu at the hotel.
Day 2: Ama Dablam Expedition Preparation
Day 3-13: Fly to Lukla and trek to the Base Camp of Ama Dablam Peak
Day 14-27: Amadablam peak climbing period.
Day 28-29: Trek back to Lukla.
Day 30-31: Fly to Kathmandu and a rest day
Day 32: Amadablam expeditions end / Airport transfer
Upon arrival in Kathmandu, you will be welcomed by our guide and transferred to the hotel. If you arrive early, you can explore the local market. During the welcome dinner, you will meet the team who will accompany you on this expedition and have ample time to discuss the trip’s details. You will spend the night at the hotel.
You will be introduced to your expedition team.
You will receive information about the trip and have the opportunity to ask questions.
You can explore the local area.
You will be staying at a hotel for the night.
You will have a welcome dinner.
Altitude: 1340 m.
Day 2: Today, you will prepare for the Ama Dablam expedition. If you need any necessary items, you can buy or rent them in Thamel, the go-to place for such things. It is essential to obtain permits for the expedition, and the company will complete the formalities for you. You will spend the night at the hotel.
You will prepare for the Ama Dablam expedition.
You can meet with expert mountaineer guides.
You can explore Thamel or heritage sites in Kathmandu.
You will be staying at a hotel for the night.
You will have breakfast.
Altitude: 1340 m.
Today, you will fly to Lukla and trek to the Base Camp of Ama Dablam Peak. Upon landing, you will meet the crew who will assist you in your expedition. From there, you will head to Phakding and then to the famous Namche Bazaar. You will spend an entire day acclimatizing at Namche Bazaar, where you can hike to the Everest View Hotel or surrounding hills. You will hike to Amadablam base camp, getting blessings at Thangboche monastery. This Base camp, at 4600 m, is a launching pad for your Ama Dablam expedition. You will undergo required climbing training and acclimation hikes here.
You can explore Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, and Pangboche.
You can adjust to the Amabablam base camp.
You will participate in acclimation hikes and climbing training.
You will be staying at a teahouse.
You will have breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Altitude: 4600 m.                     
From Day 14 to 27, it’s the period for climbing Amadablam Peak. The daily itinerary for the climb will be customized by our climbing guide, based on weather conditions and fitness levels. During this period, we’ll set up camp at three different places and spend at least a day or night at each camp.
After getting trained and acclimatized, we’ll set up camp 1 at 5700 m. Then, we’ll continue the climb to the ridge’s steep slopes, where we’ll set up camp 2 at 5900 meters. We’ll ascend, scrambling over the rocks, snow, and ice to the famous mushroom ridge, where we’ll set up Amadablam expedition camp 3 at 6300 meters. Normally we don’t spend a night at camp 3. We’ll do some ups and downs on these three camps, based on weather and fitness level. During these two weeks, we’ll learn how to use climbing gear and polish our mountaineering skills. The expected time for scaling the summit is two weeks.
On Days 28-29. During this period, we’ll trek back to lower and warmer altitudes and return to the settlement areas of Namche and Lukla, where we’ll enjoy the lush green vegetation.
On Day 30-31, we’ll fly back to Kathmandu and have a rest day to cherish the Amadablam expedition. During this time, we can relax our tired body.

Finally, on Day 32, the expedition to Ama Dablam will come to an end. We’ll customize the airport transfer for your onward flight.

Included in the cost:

  • Transportation from the airport according to your arrival details.
  •  Accommodation in a standard hotel in Kathmandu, with bed and breakfast.
  • Airfare from Kathmandu to Lukla and back, as per the itinerary.
  • A climbing Sherpa for every climber to increase the chance of scaling the Amadablam summit.
  • Group climbing equipment, such as ropes and ice bars, to climb Amadablam Peak.
  • A permit for the Amadablam expedition peak climbing, along with all government taxes.
  • A permit fee for the Everest National Park expedition.
  • High-altitude meals while trekking to base camp and climbing.
  • A liaison officer, with all expenses covered, while on the Amadablam climbing expedition.
  • An expedition manager, cook, support crew, and porters with their equipment, daily wages, food, and insurance.
  • All necessary camping and kitchen equipment, including base camp tents, dining tent with table and chair, kitchen tent with all utensils, and toilet tent.
  • Mountain Hardware high-altitude tents while climbing the Amadablam peak.
  • Emergency oxygen with regulator and mask while on expeditions.
  • EPI gas and burner for the high climb.
  • A Gamow bag or Portable Altitude Chamber (PAC).
  • All necessary climbing hardware group equipment.
  • A satellite phone and walkie-talkie in case of emergency.

Not included in the cost:

  • Medical and personal high-risk insurance.
  • Fees for Nepal entry visa.
  • The main meal in Kathmandu.
  • Tips for guide, porters
  • Personal expenses of expedition, charges of phones
  • Personal equipment and climbing gear.
  • International airfare and airport tax.
  • Climbing bonus, tips, and personal nature expenses.
  • Permit fees and customs charges for satellite phones, communication equipment, and commercial filming while on the expedition